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Bridging the gap between medicine and technology, biomedical engineering is where cutting-edge innovations are changing the face of health care. As a graduate student of our program, you will work alongside a team of distinguished faculty members in biomedical research and development. Here, you can apply your engineering talent to develop new life-saving technologies – for example, medical imaging, wearable devices, surgical robotics and laboratory-grown tissues and organs.

With clinical collaboration and industry application at the core of everything we do, our students can access a community of renowned research facilities, including those at St. Michael’s Hospital and the University Health Network. Through longstanding partnerships with top Toronto hospitals, you’ll have the opportunity to make a direct impact on patient care while also advancing your research and career possibilities.

Under the guidance of one of our experienced faculty supervisors, pursue a master of applied science (MASc) or doctor of philosophy (PhD) degree to lead world-class research in one of three fields of study: biomaterials, biomechanics or biomedical signals and systems. Or accelerate your career through industry-related projects and professional training via our master of engineering (MEng) degree.

Whichever path aligns with your professional goals, our interdisciplinary program will place you at the forefront of technological advancement and biomedical discovery, helping health practitioners enhance patient care with faster diagnoses and more effective therapies that lead to improved outcomes.

Dafna Sussman
Our People

As principal investigator of the Maternal Fetal Imaging Laboratory, Dr. Dafna Sussman specializes in the engineering and clinical application of advanced MRI. Along with her team of graduate research students, Dr. Sussman creates non-invasive fetal imaging tools to facilitate the early detection of developmental disorders. Read more about Dr. Sussman and all biomedical engineering professors on the Faculty page.

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The Centre of Toronto

Step out of the classroom and into the heart of Toronto, Canada’s largest city. Connect with leaders in culture, business, health care or government. Find a local partner for your venture, intern at a downtown company or join a global movement. From here, you can go anywhere.

Alumni Spotlight

“Toronto Metropolitan University is a fantastic environment – for not only its incredible facilities and professors but also its research diversity. Biomedical engineering is highly multidisciplinary, and Toronto Metropolitan University is home to experts across multiple fields.”

Andrew Marques
Application Scientist – Light Matter Interaction
Biomedical Engineering, BEng ’16, MASc ’19

Andrew Marques